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  1. Shelley Shelley says:

    Awful, trite, boring, Mary Sue dreck, give me a freaking break BAD.Go read Holly Black


  2. Chris Jones Chris Jones says:

    This is the first book that I ve read that would be considered feminine And I will tell you it was a journey that I found very, very burdensome at times, and somewhat revealing to the mysteries behind what a woman thinks not really, but I can tell you what I think of the book.Faerie Path is a book full of pretty dresses, a girls fantasy, and and realm of wingless faeries the wingless already knocks it down a star For my self I found the book on thecliche side and somewhat predicta This is the first book that I ve read that would be considered feminine And I will tell you it was a journey that I found very, very burdensome at times, and somewhat revealing to the mysteries behind what a woman thinks not really, but I can tell you what I think of the book.Faerie Path is a book full of pretty dresses, a girls fantasy, and and realm of wingless faeries the wingless already knocks it down a star For my self I found the book on thecliche side and somewhat predictable However, Ms Jones did a good job at description and helped well with visualizing All in all, I d have to say that this book was a decent read, I thought it was OK, not good, but not bad So I would have to settle with a 3 5 star rating The one thing that I do regret about the story is that no one died not too tangible for the genre, but when she s wielding a hug metal sword that can kill any faerie that it touches, one s gotta hope for a death or two The book would stand well as only a single book, having sequels doesn t sound to exciting


  3. Terra Terra says:

    The Faerie Path by Frewin Jones is a delightful new take on a true Faerie Tale This story is not only for the young adult but for anyone from age 12 to 99 I absolutely loved this book and cannot wait to get my hands on the next book in the series.Anita is a normal teen, long blond hair, slim build and very pretty Mom, dad and Anita share a wonderful home in the suburbs of London She has a wonderful boyfriend who just happens to adore her and a best friend to share all her secrets with.The st The Faerie Path by Frewin Jones is a delightful new take on a true Faerie Tale This story is not only for the young adult but for anyone from age 12 to 99 I absolutely loved this book and cannot wait to get my hands on the next book in the series.Anita is a normal teen, long blond hair, slim build and very pretty Mom, dad and Anita share a wonderful home in the suburbs of London She has a wonderful boyfriend who just happens to adore her and a best friend to share all her secrets with.The story starts us out in the Mortal World with Anita and Evan very smitten with each other and cast in the rolls of Romeo and Juliet by their drama club Evan shows up at Anita s home to take her out on the eve of her sixteenth birthday for a special surprise It s a boat ride up the Thames through London It s not long before our birthday surprise turns into a birthday horror when the young couple is in a boating accident.While in the hospital weird things begin to happen Evan goes missing, Anita grows wings and flies and then Anita herself disappears from the mortal world into the world of Faerie Things go on to become even stranger there and Anita wonders if she is sleeping or truly insane.There is some jumping back and forth from Mortal World to World of Faerie Lots of background is given in this first book of a trio of novels but there is also plenty of action, secrets, sadness, happiness and wonderment I really have to say that I had a very hard time trying to put this book down even for a moment.The author has taken the time to write a detailed, magical, mystical world in which evil tries to divide good This is a true faerie tale in every sense of the word If you can use your imagination you will most certainly find this tale one that will capture you and delight in ways that other novels cannot


  4. Diana Diana says:

    Even though this book is said to be for young adults, I get the feeling that it should befor those of a younger age There were some times that the description was good, but I didn t think I actually knew the character Tania Anita had a perfect background, having found out that she was fairy princess and everything becoming all happy again when she came back But I didn t really get a good picture of who she was as a person The second part seemed to move quicker than the first part, bu Even though this book is said to be for young adults, I get the feeling that it should befor those of a younger age There were some times that the description was good, but I didn t think I actually knew the character Tania Anita had a perfect background, having found out that she was fairy princess and everything becoming all happy again when she came back But I didn t really get a good picture of who she was as a person The second part seemed to move quicker than the first part, but it still gave off the vibe of an idealistic story Overall, it wasn t bad, but it wasn t exactly good either


  5. Nora Nora says:

    My guess is you would like this book if u like those books about magic and mystery and love Don t worry this book isn t as fruity tooty as it sounds I personnaly read it in about 4 days Anita is a girl growing up in present day London It is her 16th birthday and she receives a mysterious book with no return address Inside it says Faeries tread the Faerie Path Amber trapped though moth wing light they be Mortals stay in mortal world Iron clad with half blind eyes they see One alone wil My guess is you would like this book if u like those books about magic and mystery and love Don t worry this book isn t as fruity tooty as it sounds I personnaly read it in about 4 days Anita is a girl growing up in present day London It is her 16th birthday and she receives a mysterious book with no return address Inside it says Faeries tread the Faerie Path Amber trapped though moth wing light they be Mortals stay in mortal world Iron clad with half blind eyes they see One alone will walk both worlds Daughter last of daughters seven With her true love by her side Honest hand and true love given Her boyfriend Evan takes her on a boat ride He is about to tell her some big news but sees something on the water As he speeds away from it they crash into the bridge She wakes up in the hospital room and finds that Evan has gone missing The next morning a mysterious, ghost of a stranger comes and leads her into the land of Faerie Faerie has been in 500 years of darkness since princess Tania vanished.500 years ago, on the eve of her wedding, princess Tania and her sister were sitting on the bed when Tania vanished without a trace The man who took her here Gabriel, her betrothed tells Anita that she is Tania, The 7th daughter of Oberon, lost in the mortal world for 500 years According to the poem she can walk between both worlds Gabriel takes her to the king, her father He is so delighted to have her back that he ends the 500 years darkness and all are happy again While there she meets her 6 sisters music loving Zara, book loving Sancha, Animal loving Cordelia, the gifted healer Hopie, and beautiful Rathina The 6th sister Eden never leaves her overgrown tower A long time ago, Tania vanished, the queen Titania and Eden were out on the boat, when it overturned and she drowned The king was so heart broken that he put 500 years of night As she learns about the castle and her love Gabriel sheand , and even learns some secrets that should have been reveled a long time ago I liked this book alot and i highly recomend it


  6. Celise Winters Celise Winters says:

    Please go here to see the complete review Good Honestly, I think everything about this book is amazing Frewin Jones is one of my favorite all time authors, along with Rachel Caine, Shannon Hale, Cassandra Clare, and Cinda Williams Chima What did I love about this book, you re wondering I guess it would be the setting, England, which I love The Arthurian dresses The sisters were fun and delightful Hopie, the healer, Sancha the reader, Rathina my Please go here to see the complete review Good Honestly, I think everything about this book is amazing Frewin Jones is one of my favorite all time authors, along with Rachel Caine, Shannon Hale, Cassandra Clare, and Cinda Williams Chima What did I love about this book, you re wondering I guess it would be the setting, England, which I love The Arthurian dresses The sisters were fun and delightful Hopie, the healer, Sancha the reader, Rathina my least favorite, Eden and the Mystic Arts, Zara the flirter, Cordelia the animal lover, and the main character, Tania, who is in love Edric and wishes to keep her fairy wings forever.Faerie was a beautiful land, similar to London, England The palace was beautiful, large and grand The fairy children could fly I thought was pretty cool.The Bad I honestly do not think there was anything that I did not like in this book Everything was amazing The Guys The guys in The Faerie Path are Gabriel Drake and Edric Gabriel is a duke, rich, handsome, powerful And a practicer of the Mystic Arts Beautiful yet eerie silver eyes Polite, yet I think he is the bad boy in the story Read the book and you will see what I mean.Edric is the other love interest At the beginning of the book, Edric and Tania Anita are already dating I liked him, but I thought he was weak Not as a character, but physically and mentally He seemed kind of hopeless But, I did not mind I liked the change The Faerie Path made Edric sort of like the damsel in distress Random Quote Her face gazed back at her.Queen Titania s face.Her face.They were one and the same pg 160The End I urge you to read these series This is my second time reading the series, and I still love them The Faerie Path series is a fun, light read full of magic and wonder


  7. Amy Amy says:

    Plot Anita s sixteenth birthday is fast approaching She thinks she is perfectly normal teenager, with a boyfriend named Evan whom she is rapidly falling in love with, but a boating accident suddenly upturns her whole world as she is taken to the realm of fairies and discovers the truth about herself..she is the long lost daughter of King Oberon, the 7th princess Tania who disappeared the day before her wedding to Lord Gabriel Drake Thoughts I have an interesting history with this book Ou Plot Anita s sixteenth birthday is fast approaching She thinks she is perfectly normal teenager, with a boyfriend named Evan whom she is rapidly falling in love with, but a boating accident suddenly upturns her whole world as she is taken to the realm of fairies and discovers the truth about herself..she is the long lost daughter of King Oberon, the 7th princess Tania who disappeared the day before her wedding to Lord Gabriel Drake Thoughts I have an interesting history with this book Our local library first got it during the summer of my 7th 8th grade year Though at the time I actually had time to read as much as I wanted, I continually pushed off reading The Faerie Path I was at the library when my good friend Tamar first got it, she loved it, continually recommending it But I never got it.Really, I don t like fairies I ve pushed it off and pushed it off, but now as I m ending my senior year I decided to pick it up Actually, I was quite surprised It wasn t as bad as I expected.Anita Tania was actually an interesting character, in fact, most of them were The realm of fairy was well pictured The romance wasn t bad at all The 7 sisters were creatively developed.That said, I was kind of bored by the book, too You could blame it on how much I ve read, few teen books delight me any Or maybe I m passing out of the age range Maybe I simply still dislike fairies.But it isthen that She s running around with the whole its a dream mentality, sucking it all in No one is particularly amazed at her return, they d rather not know Lord Drake was a littleoverdone And cheesy The plot was slightly foreseeable.It was interesting, yet entirely boring at the same time.And I still dislike fairies.Would I reccomend the book Only if you like this sort of fantasy fairy lost girl thing I am going to read the sequel The book interested me enough to keep my attention BUTwe ll just say its on probation.OH And I was incredibly disturbed to learn this book was written by a guy


  8. S.E. S.E. says:

    A fairy tale narrated in a style reminiscent of Grimm s fairy tales A predictable plot but nevertheless, a nice and light read Although the recommended age for this series is 12 and above, I doubt any teen from 14 years old will like this series as it s a little too Disney Although there s BGR included, there s nothing questionable, so I will recommend this series to Lyn, my 10 year old daughter For myself, I wouldn t even mind reading on at the very least, I can have fun discussing the st A fairy tale narrated in a style reminiscent of Grimm s fairy tales A predictable plot but nevertheless, a nice and light read Although the recommended age for this series is 12 and above, I doubt any teen from 14 years old will like this series as it s a little too Disney Although there s BGR included, there s nothing questionable, so I will recommend this series to Lyn, my 10 year old daughter For myself, I wouldn t even mind reading on at the very least, I can have fun discussing the story with Lyn


  9. Janina Janina says:

    It started off promising, if not a little whimsical bordering on silly, but I thought well, it IS about faeries so it has to be whimsical maybe EVEN a little silly But then it just got bad First, there was too much back story and too many characters I couldn t keep any of the sisters straight And then there was too much description and I couldn t keep what bedroom tapestry did what in which sister s room and was it even important any No It wasn t Maybe later on in the series, bu It started off promising, if not a little whimsical bordering on silly, but I thought well, it IS about faeries so it has to be whimsical maybe EVEN a little silly But then it just got bad First, there was too much back story and too many characters I couldn t keep any of the sisters straight And then there was too much description and I couldn t keep what bedroom tapestry did what in which sister s room and was it even important any No It wasn t Maybe later on in the series, but I won t be reading any In fact, I had 70 pages left that I was going to commit to reading and just couldn t I didn t care any about Tania Anita I didn t care about her mother, about Edric or Oberon This would be a great book for children, but not for teens Tania acted like a child, and the villains acted like caricatures of villains I felt like I was reading about a 10 year old in some scenes Some scenes were just silly and forced and I wondered if this author had spent any time at all around teenage girls or if he really did just want to write for kids There arebooks to this series, but I will NOT be reading them


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The Faerie Path ❮KINDLE❯ ✾ The Faerie Path Author Allan Frewin Jones – Thomashillier.co.uk Swept away into a court of magic and beauty, she discovers she is Tania, the lost princess of Faerie the youngest daughter of Oberon and Titania Since Tania s mysterious disappearance on the eve of he Swept away into a court of magic and beauty, she discovers she is Tania, the lost princess of Faerie the youngest daughter of Oberon The Faerie Kindle - and Titania Since Tania s mysterious disappearance on the eve of her wedding five hundred years before, Faerie has been sunk in darkness and gloom The courtly Lord Gabriel Drake, who Tania was once to marry, has found her and brought her backWith Tania s return, Faerie comes alive again as a land of winged children, glittering balls, and fantastic delights But Tania can t forget Anita s world, or the boy she loved there Torn between two loves and between two worlds, Tania slowly comes to discover why she disappeared so long ago She possesses a singular magical ability and she must use it to stop a sinister plan that threatens the entire world of Faerie.